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1 July, 2010
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Hon LJILJANNA RAVLICH: […] Before I move on to what the government has done, I want to tell members that I sit in this place and I am told day in and day out by the now Minister for Training and Workforce Development how hopeless I was and that I did not do anything. I am sure that he does not mean it personally, but a bit of it rubs off. I know that he does not mean it. I know that he says it when he is having one of his hissy fits, but the fact is that he does say it.

Hon Peter Collier: Ditto.

Hon Helen Bullock: You have to take it seriously.

Hon LJILJANNA RAVLICH: I do have to take it seriously. I really am quite sensitive, because underneath this very tough exterior lies a very sensitive —

A government member interjected.

Hon LJILJANNA RAVLICH: — and artistic person; that is true.

Hon Peter Collier: Your face is actually straight at the moment. I can’t believe it.

Hon LJILJANNA RAVLICH: Yes, that is right. I am very sensitive.

Subject: Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure [Legislative Council – Consideration of Tabled Papers]

Date: 22 June 2010

Hansard reference: p. 4159 [online (pdf)]

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